Andrew Dobbie is a teacher with the Peel District School Board. To get his attention, all that you have to do is express an interest in sustainable activities or reusing computers for the benefit of students. I had the opportunity to interview Andrew. Doug: Thanks for agreeing to the interview, Andrew. My first question isContinue reading “An Interview with Andrew Dobbie”
If you ever review program submissions to a computer (and probably any other) conference, there are bound to be a number dealing with Ethical Computing. Or Ethical Hacking. Or Ethics and Computer Use. Or a number of other things. I always like to ask “Whose ethics” when working with colleagues doing the evaluation. These areContinue reading “Ethical”
Happy First Friday of 2019. Please read and enjoy this selection from Ontario Edubloggers. Chocolate by Trial and Error Sheila Stewart writes a post that will bring out your inner Julia Child. It’s a real departure from her regular posts – the previous one was about Effective School Councils – but still an interesting read.Continue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”
Better late than never, I guess. I had created a Wordle of the results from the Magna Carta for the digital age 2015 Project but didn’t post it. So, here it is… Interesting, no?
Michelle Cordy (@cordym on Twitter) continued her series of interviews leading to the Bring IT, Together Conference in Niagara Falls on November 5-7, 2014. Last night, she talked to Derrick Schellenberg (@Mr_Schellenberg) and Brian Aspinall (@mraspinall) about their sessions. This time, the focus was on inquiry in the classroom. Both Derrick and Brian have TLLP projectsContinue reading “Pre #BIT14 Interview with Derrick Schellenberg and Brian Aspinall”